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2017 Schedule
36-46, 4th in Southeast
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7dChad Ford

Hornets could land top-three talent in Giles

Harry Giles has a chance to be a monster player in the NBA in a few years, but his injury history brings question marks to the equation.

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13dSN Staff

Vote: What's next for the Charlotte Hornets?

Take a look back on the Hornets' season and look ahead to the team's offseason. Can they lure another star to play alongside Kemba Walker?

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Hawks roll against Hornets (1:00)
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Zeller watches Howard go by for the slam (0:15)
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Lamb gets up for the dunk (0:18)
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Millsap lets refs hear it over tech (0:29)
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Muscala jams over Kaminsky (0:23)
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Dunleavy scores on a clean look (0:16)
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Howard goes uncontested to the rim (0:16)
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Antetokounmpo's big night lead Bucks to win (0:50)
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Greek Freak records his third triple-double of season (0:24)
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Bucks brush past Hornets for 89-79 win

Tony Snell scored 16 points, Jason Terry had season highs of 15 points and five 3-pointers, and the Milwaukee Bucks beat the Charlotte Hornets 89-79 on Monday night.

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Greek Freak denies Charlotte's Roberts (0:15)
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Giannis kicking it off with a jam (0:19)
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Brogdon returns to Bucks' starting lineup

After missing five games with a sore back, Milwaukee Bucks guard Malcolm Brogdon returned to the starting lineup Monday against the Charlotte Hornets.

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16dMarc Stein

Sources: Hornets pick up option for GM Cho

The Hornets pick up the option for next season on general manager Rich Cho's contract, league sources told ESPN's Marc Stein.

Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

Story going online: The Charlotte Hornets have picked up the option for next season in GM Rich Cho's existing contract, league sources say.

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Celtics withstand Hornets' rally to snap slide (1:06)
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Hornets fan can't believe call went against his team (0:16)
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Late fourth quarter? Time to call Thomas (0:25)

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Celtics 121, Hornets 114: Boston fumbled away a 19-point second-half lead, fell behind by seven in the fourth quarter, and then watched Isaiah Thomas (32 points) help rescue them with some clutch late-game baskets. Boston is a half-game back of Cleveland but, more importantly with Cavs owning head-to-head tie-breaker, Celtics are step closer to securing No. 2 seed in East.

Team Stats

Points Per Game104.916th
Rebounds Per Game43.616th
Assists Per Game23.111th
Points Allowed104.713th

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2016-173646.439
2015-164834.585
2014-153349.402
2013-144339.524
2012-132161.256